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OSC case against Garth Drabinsky to resume-Image1
Livent co-founder Garth Drabinsky leaves the Ontario Superior Courthouse in Toronto on March 25, 2009. Ontario's securities regulator is scheduled to...
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Don't punish Drabinsky again, lawyer tells OSC

Ontario securities regulator to hear opening submissions in Garth Drabinsky case

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Canadian theatre star Richard McMillan dead at 65-Image1

Canadian theatre star Richard McMillan dead at 65

Acclaimed Canadian theatre star Richard McMillan dead at age 65

Theatre | Feb 15, 2017
'The Bodyguard' stars put new stamp on famed roles-Image1

'The Bodyguard' stars put new stamp on famed roles

Stars of 'The Bodyguard' musical seek to put their own stamp on famed film roles

Theatre | Feb 15, 2017
Canada's 'Come From Away' arrives on Broadway-Image2

Canada's 'Come From Away' arrives on Broadway

Canadian 9/11-inspired musical 'Come From Away' arrives on Broadway

Theatre | Jan 25, 2017
Rob Bridel is the Cat in the Hat

KW Musical Productions presents family favourite Seussical the Musical Feb. 2 to 11

The Cat in the Hat isn’t the first Dr. Seuss character that Rob Bridel has worn like a second skin. The character of the...

Waterloo Chronicle | by Bob Vrbanac
Theatre | Nov 30, 2016
The Tales of Peter Rabbit

The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Friends a show the whole family can enjoy at the Registry

Lightning Banjo Productions was started after the founders saw too many family-friendly productions that dumbed it down...

Waterloo Chronicle | by Bob Vrbanac
Theatre | Sep 28, 2016

Blue Bird opens at the Registry Sept. 29

Blue Bird, a Canadian production of new intercultural theatre, will open Sept. 29, 8 p.m., at the Registry Theatre, with...

Waterloo Chronicle
Sep 14, 2016

Brother of Terry Fox says he would be thrilled with musical

What would Terry Fox think about his Marathon of Hope portrayed in a musical? He’d love it, says his big brother, Fred Fox.

Waterloo Chronicle | Add Comment | by Bob Vrbanac
Aug 17, 2016

Elegant illusion

After decades in professional theatre, Steve Roth and Rachel Crowther developed a pet peeve and a penchant for change.

Kitchener Post | Add Comment | by Bill Jackson
Aug 10, 2016

Stratford calls for local actor

When Brent McCready-Branch took the role of the Lorax in Grade 3, he was immediately hooked.

Kitchener Post | Add Comment | by Sharon Samuel
Jul 27, 2016

Not a dry eye in the place

Revealing new, emotional insight into a history everybody thinks they know is difficult enough.

Waterloo Chronicle | Add Comment | by Bob Vrbanac
Jul 13, 2016

St. Jacobs Country Playhouse presents Norm Foster’s The Men's Foursome to July 30

Golf season is in full swing, and so is summer theatre, as Canada’s pre-eminent playwright Norm Foster hits a hole-in-one...

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May 18, 2016

At the Crossroads

Two years into the First World War, a movement began to change the city’s name from Berlin to Kitchener.

Kitchener Post | Add Comment | by Laurie Snell
Apr 20, 2016

Hockey is life

There are a lot of people who think hockey is life in Canada, but there are also moments when the game reveals human nature...

Waterloo Chronicle | Add Comment | by Bob Vrbanac
Dec 16, 2015

Not your usual Christmas pageant

If you were getting ready for Christmas some 550 years ago in England, cards with pretty manger scenes, fancy wrapped gifts...

Waterloo Chronicle | Add Comment | by Pauline Finch
Dec 16, 2015

The Hockey Sweater takes centre stage

When Roch Carrier was visiting his daughter in her London, England apartment, a little boy with a Christmas card rang the...

Kitchener Post | Add Comment | by Melissa Murray
Dec 09, 2015

It's the hard knock life

It’s no surprise that a story of a little orphan who always believes in the possibility of sunnier days ahead, despite a life...

Waterloo Chronicle | Add Comment | by Bob Vrbanac

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